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Re: Would have discussed it with you.

Posted 5/31/2012 at 10:37:39 PM

While the definition that you disclosed may be harbored as truth, it still instills the fact that utopia is impractical  and idealistic.  Brings me back to my slippery, wet soapbox, which is entirely unnecessary as I'm not known for my opinions. Chaos and anarchy within the system creates more peace among the masses. Why else would people chicken neck to catch a glimpse of a fiery auto crash or watch the news to hear the details about the latest senseless gun slayings...

Anyways, I'm over it and I should just keep my mouth shut.  Just don't try and talk to me about The Fountainhead, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance or Siddhartha and if J.D  Salinger's Catcher in the Rye is your favorite book you better know the whole story behind that mess of a claim to fame for every vapid coed in our "supposed" learning structures.

Okay, I'm done.  Fun loving, good, happy Giselle is back. No more serious shit. If so, email me at giselleparker6969@gmail.com. We can discuss but I've been too serious and the kids out there might be getting scared.  Tee-hee!

XXX-Giselle d
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Posted By: graeca
From Dictionary: Utopia. An ideally perfect place, especially in its social, political, and moral aspects. A work of fiction describing a utopia. 2. An impractical, idealistic scheme for social and political reform.

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Excerpted from American Heritage Dictionary
Copyright © 1997 The Learning Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Giselle, why would anyone see you drunk, you should be savored (at least from the beginning) sober. You are the real thing, I know.  His definiton is the standard one, and yours is interesting, he should have enjoyed persuing your thoughts.  You are interesting and you should respectfully be yourself.
It sounds like you were cool.


 

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